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REPORT 



or THE 



RUSTEES OF THE STATE LIBRARY 



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THIRTY-SECOND AND THIRTY-THIRD FISCAL YEARS, 



Beginning July 1, 1880, and ending June 30, 1882. 




STATE OFFICE 



SAC11AMENTO : 

: : J. J). YOUNG, SUPT. STATE PRINTING. 

1882. 



OFFICERS OF THE STATE LIBRARY. 



BOARD OK TRUSTERS : 

A. C. FREEMAN Presidknt. 

HENRY EDGERTON, W. W. CRANE, J 

f. S. BELCHER, j. j. WEN. 

LIBRARIAN : 

TALBOT H. WALLIS. 

DEPUTIES : 

C. E. GUNN, 
MARTHA A. PATTON. 



JANITOR : 

FRANK F. FREEMAN. 



REPORT. 



Sacramento, September 28, 1882. 
To his Excellency George C. Perkins, Governor of California: 

Sir : I have the honor to transmit the report of the Trustees of the 
State Library for the thirty-second and thirty-third fiscal years, end- 
ing June 30, 1882. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

TALBOT H. WALLIS, 
State Librarian and Secretary of the Board of Trustees. 



REPORT OF TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LIBRARY. 



State Library, September 28 f 1882. 

To his Excellency George C. Perkins, Governor of California : 

The Trustees of the State Library respectfully submit the follow- 
ing as their report for the thirty-second and thirty-third fiscal years, 
ending June 30, 1882 : 

The total number of books in the Library at the close of the 
thirty-first fiscal year, ending June 30, 1880, was 51,166, of which 
35,685 were in the General Library, and 15,481 were in the Law 
Library. The total accessions during the past two fiscal years have 
been 3,294 volumes, 2,328 having been added to the General Library, 
and 966 to the Law Library. 

At the close of the last fiscal year, June 30, 1882, there were in the 
Library 54,460 volumes, 38,013 in the General Library, and 16,447 in 
the Law Library. 

It affords us pleasure to report that the Library is in a flourishing 
condition, and steadily improving in number and quality of works. 

A. C. FREEMAN, President, 
W. W. CRANE, Jr., 
J. J. OWEN, 
HENRY EDGERTON, 
I. S. BELCHER, 

Trustees. 



STATEMENT 

Sliowing in detail the Expenditures from the Library Fund, from July 1, 1880, to June 30, 1 882. 



1880. Books. 

September IS — North American Review. $5 00 

September 18 — National quarterly 6 00 

September 18 — Publishers' Weekly fi 40 

September 18 — G. I. Jones k Co 5 00 

September 18— T. H. Thomas & Co r 5 25 

September 18— Wm. Wood <fe Co 27 52 

September 18 — Little, Brown & Co 283 35 

September 18 — A. L. Bancroft & Co 40 42 

September 18 — Payot, Upham & Co 16 00 

September 18 — Thompson <&: West 20 00 

September 18 — H. D. Burlingame 13 80 

September 18— J. Scott I 80 

September 18 — C. H. Houghton 2 60 

September 18 — G. I. Lytle 1 95 

September 18 — San .Jose Mercury 5 00 



Amount carried forward $440 0!l 



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Amount brought forward $440 09 

September 18 — Californian 3 00 

September 18— J. A. Filcher 8 00 

September 18— J. W. Kinsley 7 50 

September 18 — L. Roekman 1 25 

September 18— C. C. Barris 6 50 

September 18— W. L. Crawford 20 00 

September 18 — G. O. Davis 4 00 

September 18 — Henry Struve 10 25 

September 18 — Sumner Whitney it Co 366 75 

September 18— Dewing & Co.. 50 00 

September 18— Edward Bosqui 215 00 

September 18—11. Keller & Co 5 40 

September 18— Billings, Harbour & Co 38 63 

September 18— W. A. & C. S. Houghton & Co 247 57 

$1,423 94 

November 16 — H. Keller &. Co $959 55 

November 16 — I.N. Choynski 49 50 

November 16— Billings, Harbour & Co 22 88 

November 16— A. L. Bancroft & Co 1,915 60 

November 16— Doxev t Co 593 50 

November 16— A. Williams ii Co 5 33 

November 16— Little, Brown & Co 3 25 

November 16— W. IT. & O. II. Morrison B 66 

November 16 — David G. Francis 160 53 

November 16— H. Still _ 60 00 

November 16— De Pue & Co 25 00 

November 16 — Thompson <fc West 35 00 

November 16— L. M. McKenny A Co 3 00 

November 16— Jas. A. Reavis 1 50 

November 16— Dewey <fc Co.. 10 00 

November 16 — Daily Stock Report 1 25 

November 16 — H. B. Burlingame 27 60 

November 16— C. H. Holton . 2 60 

November 16— Geo. I. Lvtle 5 90 

November 16— W. B. La'wler 50 

November 16 — Dailv Record-Union 11 70 

November 16— J. B. Golly & Co 15 00 

November 16 — Edwin Smith 6 50 

November 16— W. A. & C. S. Houghton 347 31 

1881. 4,271 00 

April 6— L. P. McCartv $4 00 

April 6— Geo. I. Lytic' 9 90 

April 6— C. E. Spencer — 23 95 

April 6— G. H. Houghton 13 00 

April 6 — Argonaut 4 00 

April 6— Californian — 4 00 

April 6— Daily Stock Report 10 00 

April 6— W. G. Williams 2 60 

April 6— H. G. Burlingame 27 60 

April 6 — News Letter ■> on 

April 6— Dewev & Co 10 00 

April 6— E. M.'Sleater 10 00 

April fi— H. Still 48 00 

April 6— Win. T. Baggett & Co 6 50 

April 6— A. L. Bancroft & Co 139 95 

April 6 — Sumner Whitney k Co 444 95 

April 6— Jas. T. White & Co 39 49 

April 6— W. A. A C. S. Houghton 205 87 

April 6— L. M. McKenny 6 00 

April 6— Little, Brown & Co 14 85 

April 6— W. II. k O. H. Morrison 5 00 

April 6— W. H. Stevenson 5 00 

April 6— W. B. Dana & Co - 10 63 

April 6 — North American Review 5 00 

April 6 — American .Journal of Insanity 5 00 

April 6— J. W. Boughton 20 00 

April 6— Houghton, Mifflin & Co — 10 00 

April 6— F. Leypoldt 9 40 

April 6 — American Journal of Philology 3 00 

April 6— H. C. Lee & Son 5 00 



Amount carried forward $1,107 69 $5,694 94 



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Amounts brought forward $1,107 69 $5,694 94 

April 6— Wm. Wood & Co 79 88 

April 6— D. Vannostrand 163 27 

A])ril 6 — P. H. Thomas & Co 1,244 75 

April 6 — L. Hamilton 1 00 

2,596 59 

Julv 25— George I. Lytle ' $1 95 

July 25— J. W. Kinsley 2 00 

July 25— L. M. MeKenny 3 00 

July 25 — Record-Union 11 70 

Julv 25— W. G. Williams 3 90 

July 25— H. O. White 13 80 

Julv 25— James T. White & Co 15 77 

Jul}' 25— N. D. Wedge 8 00 

July 25— W. A. & C. S. Houghton 161 42 

July 25— B. N. Bugbey 26 50 

July 25— A. L. Bancroft & Co 30 00 

July 25— H. Still 20 50 

July 25 — Jamison & Morse 3 00 

July 25— F. Leypoldt 2 70 

Jnly 25— W. B. Dana 22 

July 25 — Southern Law Review 5 00 

July 25— McMillan & Co 10 00 

July 25 — American Journal of Insanity 5 00 

Julv 25 — Albanv Law Journal 45 

July 25— The Nation. 10 40 

July 25— A. C. Armstrong & Son 10 44 

July 25— F. K. Thomas & Co 26 65 

Julv 25— Robert Clark & Co 2 40 

July 25— William Wood & Co 6 00 

July 25— J. H. Vail & Co 15 91 

July 25— J. W. Boughton 46 71 

July 25— Little, Brown & Co. 254 25 

July 25 — American Journal of Mathematics 6 50 

July 35 — International Review 6 00 

July 25 — United Service Journal 5 00 

July 25 — National Quarterly 4 00 

July 25 — Southern Historical Society 5 00 

July 25— J. H. Carmany & Co 2 50 

July 25— D. Vannostrand 4 73 

Julv 25— James T. White & Co 29 40 

759 80 

November 25— E. M. Sleator $15 00 

November 25— H. O. White 13 80 

November 25— M. R. Beard 3 90 

November 25— G. I. Lytle 9 90 

November 25— B. N. Bugbey 8 50 

November 25 — L. Hamilton 2 50 

November 25— W. F. Walton 30 00 

November 25 — Dewey & Co 10 00 

November 25— A. L. Bancroft & Co 82 95 

November 25— Payot, Upham & Co 12 00 

November 25— Doxey <fc Co 508 13 

November 25— W. A. & C. S. Houghton 338 92 

November 25 — Southern Law Review 5 00 

November 25— F. H. Thomas & Co 55 50 

November 25— Robert Clark & Co 3 00 

November 25 — American Journal of Mathematics 5 00 

November 25 — W. H. Morrison 14 50 

November 25 — American Medical Association 23 00 

November 25 — Albany Law Journal 5 00 

November 25— Dodd,"Mead & Co 24 39 

November 25 — David G. Francis 54 35 

November 25 — Commercial and Financial Chronicle -._ 10 20 

November 25— W. F. Baggett & Co 3 50 

November 25— D. Vannostrand 15 78 

November 25— J. H. Vail <fe Co 31 16 

November 25— William Cusliing 33 50 

November 25— Little, Brown & Co 83 50 

1,402 98 

Amount carried forward $10,454 31 

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Amount brought forward $10,454 31 

1882. 

February 25— Daily Bee... $13 On 

February 25— II. 0. White.. 13 80 

February 25 — San Jose Mercury 6 fiO 

February 25— M. R. Beard 5 20 

February 25— Stock Report. 10 00 

February 25 — News Letter 5 00 

February 25 — Argonaut 4 00 

February 25— H. Still 5 00 

February 25— R. p. Cravens 28 00 

February 25- -H. S. Crocker & Co. 3 00 

February 25— W. A. & C. S. Houghton 5121 

February 25 — Lewis Greyone 8 00 

February 25— A. L. Bancroft & Co 110 00 

February 25— Doxcv & Co 7 00 

February 25— Sunnier Whitney & Co 800 17 

February 25— F. H. Thomas t" Co... 11 00 

February 25— II. C. Lee A Son 5 00 

February 25 — American Journal of Philology 3 00 

February 25 — Weed, Parsons & Co 30 

February 25— McMillan & Co 4 00 

February 25— Geo. S. Plummer 8 00 

February 25— Win. Wood * Co 5 00 

February 25— J. W. Boughton 10 00 

February 25 — D. Vannostrand 65 47 

February 25— F. Leypoldt — 3 00 

February 25 — North American Review 5 00 

February 25— H. S. Hamersly 10 00 

February 25— Little, Brown & Co . 73 20 

February 25 — Lockwood, Brooks & Co 8 75 

February 25 — New England Publishing Co 8 50 

February 25 — Wm. Cushing 1 00 

— . 1.381 20 

April 22— W. A. A C. S. Houghton $48 85 

April 22— H. Still 15 00 

April 22— W. Stevenson 5 00 

April 22— Sumner Whitney & Co 127 25 

April 22— A. L. Bancroft & Co 104 70 

April 22— J. Dewing .'. Co 37 50 

April 22— L. P. McCarty 4 00 

April 22 — West Publishing Company 57 22 

April 22— Houghton. Mifflin A Co.." 8 00 

April 22— T. H. Ilamerslev 10 10 

April 22— S. D. Peet '. 3 00 

April 22— J. R. Osgood. - 10 00 

April 22— Geo. I. Lyttle, San Francisco Post. 1 95 

April 22— C. E. Spencer, Record-Union - 23 40 

April 22— H. O. White 13 80 

April 22— Dodd. Mead & Co., Bulletin 6 40 

April 22— D. Vannostand.. 9 B4 

April 22— A. S. Barnes & Co 5 00 

April 22— S. F Junkin 27 00 

April 22— F. Levpoldt 6 40 

524 07 



$12,359 58 

Insurance for 1880-1881. 

1880. 

September 18 — Home Mutual Insurance Company $70 00 

November 16 — Phn;nix Insurance Company, London 35 00 

November If! — Commercial Insurance Company 35 00 

November 16 — Fire Association of Philadelphia 35 00 

November 10— Union Insurance Company 7(1 00 

November Ifi — North British and Mercantile Insurance Company 70 00 

November 10 — Girard Insurance Company 35 00 

November 16 — London, Liverpool Sc Globe Insurance Company 35 00 

November 16 — Hartford Insurance Company 35 00 

November 16 — Fireman's Fund Insurance Company 35 00 

$455 00 

Amount carried forward $455 00 



J 1 



1881. 1 881-1 882. 

Amount brought forward $455 00 

November 25 — Home Mutual Insurance Company $70 00 

November 25 — Girard Insurance Company 35 00 

November 25 — Kire Association of Philadelphia 35 00 

November 25 — Union Insurance Company 70 00 

November 25 — North British and Mercantile Insurance Company 70 00 

November 25 — Fireman's Fund Insurance Company 35 00 

November 25 -London, Liverpool & Globe Insurance Company 35 00 

November 25 — Commercial Insurance Company 35 00 

November 25 — Hartford Insurance Company 35 00 

November 25 — German-American Insurance Company 35 00 

• 455 00 



$910 0(1 

Freight and Cartage. 

September, 1880 — Central Pacific Railroad, freight $11 05 

September, 1880 — Sam. Kingsbury, cartage 5 75 

$10 80 

November 16, 1880— Central Pacific Railroad, freight $37 88 

November 16, 1880 — John LafTerty, cartage 1 00 

38 88 

April 6, 1881— John LafTerty, cartage $3 50 

April 6, 18S1 — Sam. Kingsbury, cartage fi 50 

• 1(1 00 

July 25, 1881— John LafTerty, cartage 1 00 

April 22, 1882— Sam. Kingsbury, cartage 4 00 



$70 68 

Premium on Exchange. 

September 18, 1880— Premium $3 50 

November 16, 1880— Premium 3 00 

April 6, 1881— Premium 5 75 

July 25, 1881— Premium 3 00 

November 25, 1881— Premium 3 00 

February 25, 1882— Premium ._ 3 25 

April 22, 1882— Premium 1 35 

$2 2 85 

Binding Books. 

October 2. 1880— F. Foster $488 25 

November 16, 1880— F. Foster 790 50 

April 6, 1881 — F. Foster 203 75 

August 11 ,1881— F. Foster 361 00 

February 25, 1882— F. Foster 298 00 

April 22, 1882— F. Foster 192 75 

, $2,3 34 2 5 

Ice. 

Sacramento Ice Company, 1880 $9 75 

November 16, 1880 — Sacramento Ice Company 20 71 

April 6, 18S1— Pacific Ice Company 14 62 

July 25, 1881— Pacific Ice Company 7 80 

November 25, 1881 — Summit Ice Company 10 50 

February 25, 1882— Jaeob Hoehn 5 30 

April 22, 1882— Jacob Hoehn 7 70 

$76 38 

1880. Miscellaneous. 

September 18 — P. H. Russell, tea for cleaning carpet 50 

September 18 — J. C. Murphy, rubber stamps $7 00 

SeptemlAr 18— G. Richter, tubs 4 25 

September 18 — J. G. Davis, bookcase 176 50 

September 18 — California Wirevvorks, doors, gates, etc 650 00 

September 18— A. A. Bennett 65 00 

November 16 — Freeman & Batei, legal services 200 00 

November 16 — M. S. Hammer, soap 3 00 

November 16 — A. Hathaway, putting down carpet 5 00 

November 16 — J. G. Davis, chair 5 25 

November 16— W. F. Brown, work cleaning 42 50 

November 16 — T. II. Wallis, expenses to San Francisco proving 

Supreme Court records 20 00 

$1,179 00 



Amount carried forward 



$1,179 00 



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1881. Amount brought forward — $1,179 no 

January 13 — W. F. Brown, work cleaning library .$132 50 

January 13 — J. M. Fitzsimmons. work cleaning iibrary 72 50 

January 13 — W. A. Gett, work cleaning library 102 50 

January 13 — Loeke .fe Lavenson, dusters 9 50 

January 13 — Roth felt Bros., towels 5 00 

January 13— J. A. M. Martin, hatchet i 3 00 

January 13— C. W. Rapp, soap 1 00 

January 13— H. 0. Kirk Sc Co., sponge — 1 00 

April 16 — L. L. Lewis Jt Co., repairing filter 3 50 

April 16— Telegraph Mill Co., shelving 3 50 

April 16— H. 8. Crocker & Co., stationery 4 60 

Julv 25— Locke & Lavenson, tacks . 50 

November 25— Rothl'elt Bros., towels 5 00 

November 25 — Locke & Lavenson, dusters 2 50 

November 25 — Samuel Jelly, repairing clock 2 50 

November 25 — W. F. Brown, work cleaning . 125 00 

November 25 — AV. A. Gett, Sr., work cleaning 105 00 

November 25— W. A. Gett, Jr., 35 00 

November 25 — M. S. Hammer, soap 3 50 

November 25 — E. A. Bvrne, cleaning carpet 107 77 

725 37 

1882. 

February 25— Locke & Lavenson, dusters $10 50 

February 25 — Ben. Cohen, carpet lining 37 50 

February 25 — L. L. Lewis, zinc and repairing filter 6 75 

February 25 — E. Lyon, towels 2 00 

February 25 — W. F. Brown, work cleaning 17 50 • 

April 22 — A. Flohr, repairing clock and making keys 11 25 

April 22 — Grangers' Store, tea for cleaning carpets 1 25 

April 22— W. G. Sopping, stamps, box rent - 20 00 

April 22 — W. C. Hopping, registered letter to S. F. Junkin 20 

• . 100 95 



1880. Recapitulation-. 

Julv 1— To balance $14 38 

Julv 1— To Controller's warrants- - 17,840 35 

1682. 

April 20 — From the Postage and Expressage Fund* 76 78 



$2,011 32 



• i 51 



By books purchased ~.~ $12,359 58 

By insurance 910 00 

By freight and cartage 70 68 

By premium on exchange 22 85 

By binding books 2,324 25 

By ice 76 38 

By miscellaneous and furniture 2,011 32 

By balance „ 146 45 



To balance brought forward and unexpended June 30, 1882 $148 46 " 



$17,931 51 



STATEMENT 

Showing the Condition of the Slate Library Fund from July 1, 1880, to June 30, 1882. 
1 ssi) Debits 

Julv 1— To balance forward .- — $9,680 12 • 

1881. 

Julv 1 — To fees from Secretary of State, 32d fiscal year 4,466 00 

1882. 

Julv 1— To fees from Secretary of State, 33d fiscal vear 5,939 35 

$20,085 47 

1881. Credits. 

June 30— Bv warrants issued 32d fiscal vear $11,859 88 

1882. 

June 30 — By warrants issued 33d fiscal year 5,9S0 47 

Julv 1— By balance on hand ' $2,245 12 

$20,085 47 

*Notk. — This amount was drawn from the postage and expressage appropriation for the Library, to reim- 
burse the Library Fund for moneys advanced by it in payment of bills properly payable from the postage and 
expressage appropriation. 



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STATEMENT 

Showing how the appropriation for Postage and Expressage, from July 1, 1880, to June 30, 1882, 

has been expended. 



18S0. 

June 30. 
June3Q. 
June 30. 



July l._ 
Julv 12. 
July 12. 
Oct. 1.. 
Nov. 6.. 
Nov. 6._ 

1881. 

Feb. 4„ 
Feb. 4._ 
Feb. 4.. 
Mar. 9.. 
Apr. 7- 
June 8.- 
June 8.. 
July l._ 
July 1__ 



July I.. 
July 18. 
July 26_ 
Oct. 1__ 
Nov. 10. 
Nov. 10. 
Nov. 10. 

1882. 

Jan. 9__ 

Jan. 14. 

Jan. 14. 

Jan. 14. 

Jan. 14_ 

Apr. 20. 

Apr. 20. 



To balance unexpended 

By Wells, Fargo & Co., expressage . 
By balance on hand 



To appropriation for fiscal year 

By box rent at Post Office 

By W. C. Hopping, stamps 

By Wells. Fargo & Co., expressage. 

By Post Office, box rent 

By W. C. Hopping, stamps 



By Post Office, box rent 

By W. C. Hopping, stamps 

By Wells, Fargo & Co., expressage . 

By freight on books 

By Wells, Fargo <fe Co., expressage. 

By Post Office, box rent 

By W. C. Hopping, stamps 

By Wells, Fargo & Co., expressage. 
By balance unexpended 



To appropriation for fiscal year 

By Post Office, box rent 

By C. P. R. R. Co., freight 

By Wells, Fargo & Co., expressage _ 

By C. P. R. R. Co., freight 

By Post Office, box rent 

By W. 0. Hopping, stamps 



By Wells, rargo it Co., expressage 

Bv John Lafferty, cartage 

By C. P. R. R. Co., freight 

By W. C. Hopping, stamps and box rent . 

By Sam. Kingsbury, cartage i 

By Wells, Fargo & Co., expressage 

By T. H. Wallis, bills allowed 



$18 30 
117 60 



$135 90 



$4 00 
25 00 
11 70 
4 00 
20 00 



4 00 
16 00 

10 65 
53 79 

11 15 

4 00 
20 00 
10 00 

5 71 



$200 00 



.$4 00 
9 00 

16 00 

16 80 
4 00 

16 00 



11 00 

1 50 
5 67 
20 00 
5 50 
13 75 
76 7S 



$135 90 



$135 90 



$200 00 



$200 00 



$200 00 



$200 00 



$200 00 



State of California, 
County of Sacramento, 




I, Talbot H. Wallis, Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the State 
Library, do solemnly swear that the foregoing is a true and correct 
statement of expenditures for the State Library for the thirty -second 
and thirty-third fiscal years, from July 1, 1880, to June 30, 1882. 

TALBOT H. WALLIS. 

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of August, 1882. 



[seal.] 



C. N. POST, 
Deputy Clerk of Supreme Court. 



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BOOKS AXD PAMPHLETS 
Received in Exchange, and Donations from other States and Counties, and from Individual*. 



Do.Noa. Title. 



Alabama _ Reports, Vols. 62, 63, 84, 65. 

- — Laws, 1880-81. 

Arizona Laws, 1881. 

Arkansas Reports, Vols. 32, 33, 34, 35. 36. 

Laws, 1881. 

Journal of the House, 1881. 

Colorado | Laws, Third Session. 1881. 

Reports, Vol. 5. 

Connecticut ! j Special Laws, 1871-75. 



-..Special Laws, 1876-81. 

Colonial Records, 1757-67. 

Reports, Vol. 47. 

, Public Acts. January, 1881. 

Report of Agriculture, 187il. 

Laws, 1881. 

Reports, Criminal Cases. Houston. 

Laws, 1881. 

— Rejiorts, Vol. 17. 

Senate and House Journals, 18K1. 

Laws, Acts, and Resolutions. 1881. 

Reports, Vols. 59, CO, 61, 6?, 63, 64. 

..Laws, 1878-79. 

- Laws, 1881. 

Journals of Senate and House, 1878-79. 

Journal of Council Assembly, 1880-81. 

Journal of House of Representatives, 1880-81 . 

Laws, 1880-81. 

Reports, Vols. 93, 94, 95, 9S, 97, 98, 99, 100. 

Report of Railroad and Warehouse Commission. 1879-811. 

Catalogue of State Library, 1880. 

Session Laws, 1881. 

School Report, 1S79-80. 

Labor and Statistical Reports, 1881. 

Board of Public Charities, 1880. 

Industrial t'uivcrsity. 1880. 

Reports, Vols. 58, 59. 60, 61, 62. 63. 64. 65, 66. 67. 68. 69, 70. 71. 

Reports of Statistics, Vois. 1, 2. 1879, 1880. 

Laws, 1880. 

...J Reports. Vols. 52. 53, 54, 55. 

Senate and House Journal, 1880. 

...Documents, 1,2, 3, 4, 1880. 

Legislative Manual. 1882. 

Laws, 1882. 

Transactions of Horticultural Society. 

Agricultural Reports. 1S79. 



Kansas I , Reports, Vols. 24. 25. 

i Report of Public Instruction, 1880. 

..Laws, 1881. 

Senate and House Journals, 1881. 

» Public Documents, 1881. 

' Kentucky _• Report*, Vol. 78. 

Acts, 1 and 2, 1S79. 

| Public Documents. 1 and 2, 1879. 

Louisiana ' Reports, Vol. 32. 

Senate and House Journals. 18MI. 

Maine.. ! Reports. Vols. 70, 71, 72. 

j Acts and Resolves, 1880. 

Acts and Resolves, 1881. 

Maryland j Reports. Vols. 51, 52, 53, 54, 55. 

Massachusetts , Reports, Vols. 128, 129. 130. 

j Acts and Resolves, 1880. 

j Acts and Resolves, 1881. 

Public Documents, 1 to 30, 1879. 

' Public Documents, 1 to 28. 



Delaware 
Florida . . 

< Georgia. . 

Idaho 

Illinois .. 

Indiana . 
Iowa 



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Books and Pamphlets — Continued. 



Massachusetts . 
Michigan 



Minnesota . 



Mississippi 



Missouri 



Montana _ 
Nebraska. 



Nevada 

New Hampshire 



New Jersey 



New Mexico 
New York ... 



Public Statutes, 1882. 

Catalogue of State Library, 1880. 

Reports, Vols. 38, 39, 42, 43, 44. 

Pioneer Collections, 2 Vole. 

Poor Laws. 

Manual, 1881. 

Catalogue State Library, 1881-2. 

University Book, 1844-1880. 

Governor Craswell's Message, 1881. 

Jerome's Inaugural, 1881. 

University Report, 1881. 

Saline Interests, 1881. 

State Librarian's Report, 1880. 

State Agricultural College, 1880-1881.' 

Geological Survev, 1880. 

Public La ws,"l 880-1. 

Reports, Vols. 26, 27. 

Documents, 1879. 

General Laws, 1881. 

Special Laws, 1881. 

Journals of Senate and Assembly, 1881. 

Reports, Vols. 57, 58. 

Senate and House Journals, 1880. 

Laws, 1880. 

Department Reports, 1880. 

Andrews' Digest, 1881. 

. Reports, Vols. 70, 71, 72, 73. 

Statutes Revised. Vols. 1, 2. 

Laws, 3 copies. 1881. 

Reports, Vol. 3. 

Revised Laws, 1879. 

Reports, Vols. 10, 11. 

Compiled Laws, notes by Brown, 1881. 

Laws, 1881. 

Transactions of State Board of Agriculture. 

Reports, Vol. 15. 

Statutes, 1881. 

Laws, June Session, 1881. 

Journals of Senate and House, 1881. 

Report of Legislature, 1880. 

Report of Legislature, 1881. 

Reports (Law), 42. 

Reports (Equity). 32, 33. 

Laws, 1880. 

Laws, 1881. 

Archives of First Series of Colonial History, 1631-1087. 

Senate Journal, 1880. 

Minutes of Assembly, 1880. 

Legislative Documents, 2 Vols., 1880. 

Acts, 1880. 

Reports, (Sickles), Vols. 78, 79. 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85. 

Reports, Supreme Court, Vols. 28, 29, 30, 31,-32. 

Laws, 1880. 

Senate and Assembly Journals, 1879. 

Senate and Assembly Journals, 1880. 

State Documents, 2 Vols., 1879. 

State Documents, 1880. 

Assembly Documents, Vols. 1-7, 1879. 

Assembly Documents, Vols. 1-10, 1880. 

Natural History, text. 

Natural History, plates. 

Report of Regents of State University, 1879. 

Centennial Celebration of New York. 

.Report of Special Committee of Assembly on Normal School, 1879. 

State Museum Reports, 28 and 31, 1875-8. 

Laws, 104th Session, Vol. 1, 1881. 

Laws, 104th Session, Vol. 3, 1881. 



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Books and Pamphlets — Continued. 



New York 



New South Wales. 

New Zealand . 

North Carolina 



Ohio 



Oregon 

Pennsylvania - 
Rhode Island . 



South Carolina. 



Tennessee 



Texas 

Vermont 



Virginia .- 
Wisconsin 



Code of Criminal Procedure. 

State Engineer's Report on Railroads, 1880. 

Canal Commissioners' Report, 1875. 

Annual Report of State Engineer, 1880. 

Annual Report of State Engineer, 1881. 

Journal of Legislative Council, 1880-1. 

Statistics of the Colony, 1880. 

-Reports, Vols. 83, 84, 85. 

Laws, 1881. 

State Reports, Vols. 35, 36. 

Statistics, 1879. 

School Reports, 1879. 

School Reports, 1880. 

Railroad Reports, 1878. 

.Railroad Reports, 1879. 

Executive Documents, 1, 2, 3, 1879. 

Agricultural Reports, 1879. 

Adjutant General's Report, 1879. 

Auditor's Report, 1879. 

Auditor's Report, 1880. 

Senate and House Journals, 1880. 

•_ School Laws, 1880. 

Laws, 1880. 

Reports, Vols. 7, 8. 

.' State Reports, Vols. 89, 90, 91, 92, 93. 

Manual, 1880-1. 

Manual, 1881-2. 

Acts and Resolves, 1880-1. 

Public Statutes, 1882. 

Reports. Vols. 12, 13, 14. 

Laws, regular Session, 1880. 

Senate and House Journals, 1SS0. 

Reports and Resolutions, 1880. 

Reports (Baxter), Vols. 8, 9. 

.Reports (Lea) Middle Division Supreme Court, Vols. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 

Acts, General Assembly, extra Session, 1881. 

Senate and House Journals, 1881. 

Senate and House Journals, extra Session, 1881. 

Appendix to Senate and House Journals, 1881. 

Reports Court of Appeals. Vols. 8. 9, 10. 

...Reports. Vols. 52, 53. 54. 

Reports, Vols. 52, 53. 

Revised Laws, 1880. 

Records of Governor and Council, Vol. 8. 

Laws, 1880. 

School Report, 1880. 

Agricultural Report, 1880. 

State Officers' Report, 1880. 

Registration and Births, 1877. 

Report of Commissioners of Yorktown Centennial, 1880. 

Proceedings of Historical Society. 

General Sedgwick's Address at Officers' Reunion. 

Report of Court Expenses, 1880. 

Governor Proctor's Message, 1880. 

Governor Farnham's Message, 1880. 

Fish Commissioners' Report, 1*880. 

Senate and House Journals, 1880. 

Revised Laws Relating to Public Institution::, 1880. 

.Revised Laws Relating to Traffic in Liquors, 1880. 

Revised Laws Relating to Taxation, 1880. 

Legislative Directory, 1880. 

.... . Reports, Grattan, Vols. 32 and 33. 

Reports, Vols. 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, and 53. 

Senate and Assembly Journals, 1881. 

Message and Documents, 1881. 

Mes6a<»e and Documents, 1 and 2, 1881. 

.... Laws, 1881. 



17 



Books ash Pamphlets — Continued. 



Wisconsin 

West Virginia. 



Wyoming. 
Quebec 



United States Ag- 
ricultural Depart- 
ment 



Catalogue of State Library. 

- Reports, Vols, lfi and 17. 

Laws, 1S81. 

.Session Laws, Sixth Legislature, 1879. 

Statutes. 

1881. 
1879. 
1880. 
, 1881. 
878-9. 
, 1879. 

1880. 
, 1880. 
, 1881. 
. 1881. 



Statutes, Fourth Session 

Journal of Legislative Assembly 13 

Journal of Legislative Assembly 14 

Journal of Legislative Assembly 15 

.--Sessional Papers, Twelfth Session, 1^7, 1 
Sessional Tapers, Thirteenth Session, 1-105 
.. Sessional Papers, Fourteenth Session, 1-14 

Journal of Legislative Council 14 

Journal of Legislative Council IS 

.-Code Municipal de la Province de Quebec 



United States De- 
partment of the 
Interior 



Report on Cotton Insects, by Comstock. 

Report on Department of Agriculture, 1879. 

Report on Bee and Sugar Culture, 1880. 

Contagious Diseases of Swine, 1880. 

-Special Report on Contagious Diseases of Domestic Animals. 
Report on Culture of Sugar Beet, 1880. 



United States De- 
partment of State 

United States De- 
partment of Navy j 

United States Pat- 1 
ent Office ! 



_ Report of Commissioner of Education, 1878. 

Bulletin No. 7, Insects Injurious to Forest and Shade Trees, 1878. 

Bulletin No. 8, Fur Bearing Animals. 1878. 

Geological and Geographical Survey of Idaho and Wyoming. 

Chief Signal Officer's Report, 1S76. 

Register of Interior Department to January, 1879. 

Register of Interior Department to October, 1881. 

Register of Interior Department to January, 1877. 

Annual Report of Board of Health, 1S79. 

Life Saving Service, 1881. 

Message and Documents (Abridged), 1881. 

International Monetary Conference, 1878. 

Report on Metric System, 1879. 

Life Saving Service, 1879 and 1880. 



.United States Foreign Relations, 1880. 
...United States Official Register, 1881. 



Observatory Reports on Solar Eclipse of 1878. 

.Astronomical and Meteorological Reports for 1877. 



United Stales Fish 
Commission 

United States De- 
partment of the 
Treasury 



Patent Office Gazette, July to December, 

Patent Office Plans and Specifications, October, 

Patent Office Plans and Specifications, November, 

Patent Office Plans and Specifications. December, 

Patent Office Plans and Specifications, January, 

Patent Office Plans and Specifications, February, 

Patent Office Plans and Specifications, March, 

Patent Office Plans and Specifications, April, 

Patent Office Plans and Specifications, May, 

Patent Office Plans and Specifications, June, 

. Patent Office Plans and Specifications, July, 

Report of Commissioner of Patents, 

. Patent Office Specifications, etc., August and September, 



1880. 
1880. 
1880. 
1880. 
1881. 
1881. 
1881. 
1881. 
1881. 
1881. 
1881. 
1879. 
1881. 



.Report on Food Fishes, 1878. 



3" 



.Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on Finances, 1880. 
Statistics on Commerce and Navigation, 1880. 



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Books and Pampjh.kts — Continued. 



United States Leg- 
islative Depart- 
ment 



United States. 



Mechanics' Insti- 
tute 

San Francisco 



Smithsonian Insti- 
tute 



Oakland Times 

Stockton Indepen- 
dent 

C. P. Berry 

Geo. Cadwalader.. 
Horace Davis 



James Farlev 



— Senate and House Journals, 1X79-80. 

House Miscellaneous Documents, 42d .Congress, Vols. 1-6, 1879-SO. 

Senate Documents, 42d Congress, Vols. 3-4, 1879-80. 

Executive Documents Interior Indian and Land Office. 1879-80. 

Specie Kesumption, Vol. 17. 

Commerce and Navigation, Vol. 16. 

Report of Secretary of Treasury, 1879. 

Commercial Relations, Vol. 25. 

Commercial Relations, Vol. 20. 

Executive Documents — Offers for Carrying Mails, 1879-80. 

.Senate Reports, Vols. 1-8, 1879-80. 

-- --- - Senate Journal, 1879-80. 

Senate Miscellaneous Documents, Nos. 1-50, 1S79-80. 

.- Senate Documents, Nos. 1-38, 1879-80. 

House Journal, 1879-80. 

House Miscellaneous Documents, Nos. 1-26, 1879-SO. 

Executive Documents, Nos. 1-11, 1879-80. 

Executive Document, No. 48, 1878-9. 

Annual Report of Chief Engineers, four Vols. 1880. 

General Index to Journal of Congress, Vols. 1-10. 

First Annual Report of Geological Survey, by King. 

Geological Survey west of 100 M., by Lieutenant G. M. Wheeler. 

Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages, by Powell. 

Contributions to American Ethnology, by Powell. 

Geology of the High Tlains of Utah. 

Geology of Black Hills of Dakota. 

Rocky Mountain Locusts. 

- Report of Commissioner of Education, 1879. 

.Official Register of Post Office Department, Vol. 2, 1881. 

Executive Documents. Senate, No. 12. 

Report — Coast Survey. 1877. 

Executive Documents, 46th Congress, 2d Session Senate. Vols. 1-5. 

Miscellaneous Documents, Vols. 1, 2,4. 

House Executive Docu- 
ments, 46tb Congress, 2d Session, Vols. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12. 15. 20, 22,24. 

Reports of Committees, Vols. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 



.Report of Fifteenth Industrial Exhibition, 1880. 

Report of Public Schools, 1880. 

Municipal Report, two copies, 1880. 



Reports of Institution, 1880. 

..Miscellaneous Collections, 1880-1. 
.Scientific Works of Joseph Henry. 
Paper, July to December, 1880. 



C. Harlan 

Jos. Jones 

F. C. Latrobe 

F. B. McDonald. 



Paper, February to July, 1880. 

.Post Office Report, 46th Congress, 3d Session, 18S0, 1881. 

Legislative and Judicial Works of Judge Field. 

Congressional Record, 46th Congress, Parts 1, 2, 3, 1880-81. 

Congressional Index, 1880-81. 

United States Revised Statutes, second edition, 1878. 

Irrigation in California; Alexander, Mendell. and Davidson. 

_Buehard's Report on Production of Gold and Silver in the United States. 

Silver Commission Report. Vol. I, 1877. 

Labor in Europe: Reports of the United States Consul, 1878. 

Report on Food Fishes. 1873, 1874, 1874-5. 

Congressional Record, Vol. 10, parts 1, 2, 3, 4, a, 1879-80. 

Congressional Record: Appendix and Index, 1879-80. 

United States International Exhibition, Vols. 1 to 9, 1876. 

El Flora of Susquehanna. 

Annual Report of State Board of Health of Louisiana, 1880. 

Celebration of 150th Anniversary of Baltimore. 

Irish Pedigrees: O'Hart, 2 vols. 



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J. H. MeKune 



Codex, Juris Eccles. 

Austin (Nevada) Directory, ] 866. 

a v V^? ; 0ur Sund ay Talks, by J. J. 0. 

*• £Srltt °n j 1 United States Land Laws; general and permanent, 1 880. 

I United States Land Laws; local and temporary, 2 vols. 

Public Domain of United States; its History, with Statistics. 



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